Ann Lee is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate, Banking and Financial Services, and Bankruptcy and Creditors Rights groups. Her practice focuses on representing commercial lenders, financial companies, and borrowers through loan negotiations, restructuring, and securing commercial real estate and other business assets. She also provides assistance in various aspects of bankruptcy proceedings and workouts. Furthermore, she represents clients in the purchase, sale, and financing of diverse commercial properties, as well as addressing Landlord and Tenant issues.

Ann received her J.D. from Rutgers Law School, where she served as a staff editor of the Journal of Law & Public Policy, as a student attorney in the Education and Health Law Clinic, and as president of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association. Ann also took on the role of research fellow at the Center for Corporate Law and Governance and played a vital part in crafting the Best Practices for Virtual Shareholder Meetings.


State of New Jersey

U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey

Rutgers Law School, J.D.

University of California, Davis, B.A.

Mandelbaum Barrett PC Victorious In Motion To Transfer Venue

March 1, 2024

Mandelbaum Barrett PC currently represents the DIP Lender in a bankruptcy case in Washington DC.  The DIP Lender called a default after uncovering evidence that insiders of the DC-based debtor fraudulently overstated invoices and diverted contracts, employees, and assets to a related company in Virginia.  After Mandelbaum, on behalf of the DIP Lender, sought injunctive […]

Banking Deal Alert: Mandelbaum Barrett PC Facilitates $12 Million Asset-Based Loan for Retail and Wholesale Ventures

January 24, 2024

Mandelbaum Barrett PC partner Jeffrey M. Rosenthal and associate Ann S. Lee represented a regional bank client providing a $12 million asset-based loan for a group of companies in the retail and wholesale consumer and business customers. This accomplished deal highlights the firm’s proficiency in managing financing across a variety of business sectors.